The children are our future.

Get to work! The America’s Future Foundation has announced a $10,000 (!) contest for Best College Blogger:

America’s Future Foundation is pleased to announce a nationwide contest for the best conservative or libertarian college blogger. The purpose of the contest is to encourage original liberty-minded blogger journalism on college campuses and to identify young conservative and libertarian talent who wish to pursue careers as journalists and writers.

The contest is open to all graduate and undergraduate bloggers age 25 and younger. The winning blog will be awarded a cash prize of $10,000, and be invited to be a panelist at an AFF Roundtable on higher education in Washington, D.C. Awards will be announced on April 7, 2008.

The Judges

Jonathan Adler of The Volokh Consipracy
Radley Balko of The Agitator
Robert Bluey of The Heritage Foundation and RobertBluey.com
Jonah Goldberg of National Review Online
Mary Katharine Ham of TownHall.com
Megan McArdle of Asymmetrical Information at TheAtlantic.com

When people argue that the Right is simply better funded on the activist/think tank side, I think they have in mind the ability to throw $10K at what constitutes the college right blogging these days. I do like the idea that the runner-ups get to run Iraq, with 2nd place getting to setup the stock market and 3rd the traffic systems.

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One Response to The children are our future.

  1. Maddie says:

    The winning blog will incite controversy by voluntarily unmasking itself as ghostwritten by liberals for a lark.

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